Scholarships and Financial Aid
Start early! - By researching your options early, you are in the best position to find financial aid for studying abroad. You will discover that most scholarships require that you apply up to a year in advance of your departure date. It is never too early to start searching. Here are some resources:
Financial Aid and Veterans Benefits
Federal Direct Loans may be a possible funding source in covering the expenses associated with study abroad trips. For student who have served, some VA benefits might be applicable. Interested students should go to the Financial Aid & Veterans Affairs office to determine their eligibility in participating in Federal Direct Loan program offerings.
Scholarships for CPCC Programs
To be eligible for scholarships, you must be a full-time CPCC student. However, faculty, staff and community members are welcome to participate on any study abroad program.
- Germany - The German Language & Culture Foundation Immersion Scholarship will provide recipients with up to $1500 for CPCC's . Applicants must be currently enrolled in a CPCC German Course.
- China - - Up to $500 for CPCC's Business in China program.
- Tanzania - provides participants with up to $1500 for the Culture and Economic of Tanzania Program.
- Canada - Boye French Immersion Scholarship provides recipients with up to $1000 for CPCC's French in Canada program. Applicants must be currently enrolled in a CPCC French course.
- Any Program - - This scholarship provides study abroad scholarships for U.S. undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding at a two-year or four-year college or university to participate in study and intern abroad programs worldwide.
External Scholarships and Fellowships
Students interested can pursue external programs through independent study. Contact the Global Learning Office to learn how.
- Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals (CBYX) - CBYX provides students and recent graduates the opportunity to live, study, and intern in Germany on a full-year, funded fellowship. CBYX is sponsored by the US and German governments for applicants in all career fields between the ages of 18-24, and does not require any prior German language knowledge! Applicants in business, vocational, technical, engineering, scientific, and agricultural fields are especially encouraged to apply.
- US State Department Exchanges - Use this tool to find programs on cultural, research, teaching, business development and musical & artistic exchanges.